1. What is Flow Cytometry?

    What is flow cytometry? Flow cytometry uses the principles of light scattering, light excitation, and emission of fluorochrome molecules to generate specific multi-parameter data from particles and cells in the size range of 0.5um to 40um diameter. Cells are hydro-dynamically focused in a sheath of PBS before intercepting an optimally focused light source. Lasers are most often used as a light source in flow cytometry.
  2. BETA-LACTAMASE COMPOSITION, STERILITY & STABILITY

    β-Lactamase (penicillin amido-b-lactam hydrolase E.C.3.5.2.6.) is sold as a freeze dried powder containing buffer and zinc salts. For the β-Lactamase bulk powder, manufacturing starts the formulation (pre freeze-drying) with 251.39g Trizma pH7.5, 2.175g ZnSO4 and 100g BSA per Million units of BII activity.
  3. Amlexanox, a newly discovered treatment for obesity?

    Recurrent aphthous ulcer (RAU) aka canker sore is the most prevalent oral mucosal disease in humans, estimated to affect between 5% and 50% of the general population. Amlexanox is a novel anti-inflammatory and anti-allergic agent that has been evaluated for the treatment of RAU.
  4. Nafamostat mesilate applications in treating Cardiopulmonary diseases

    Nafamostat mesylate, futhan or FUT-175 is a potent, synthetic, broad-spectrum, serine protease inhibitor. Nafamostat mesylate inhibits coagulation, complement proteinases, and Granzyme A. Nafamostat aids in proteomic preservation & stabilization. Nafamostat mesylate inhibits fibrinolysis.
  5. Nafamostat inhibits NF-kappaB aids Pancreatic & Colorectal cancers

    DESCRIPTION: Nafamostat mesylate aka futhan, is a potent, synthetic, serine protease inhibitor. Nafamostatmesylate inhibits coagulation, complement proteinases, and Granzyme A. Nafamostat aids in proteomic preservation & stabilization. Nafamostat is utilized as combination chemotherapy with Gemcitabine for treatment of pancreatic cancer targeting NF-kB Activation1,2.
  6. MYCOPHENOLIC ACID PREVENTS REJECTION IN ORGAN TRANSPLANTATION

    Mycophenolic acid or mycophenolate is an immunosuppressant drug used to prevent rejection in organ transplantation. It inhibits an enzyme needed for the growth of T cells and B cells. It was initially marketed as the prodrugmycophenolate mofetil (MMF) to improve oral bioavailability. More recently, the salt mycophenolate sodium has also been introduced. Mycophenolic acid is commonly marketed under the trade...

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